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Economics and Financial Management (BA)


Our policy-focused Economics program will help you learn about choice, and the impact of choices, in business. From the decisions we make as individuals, families, governments or firms, the field of economics relates to every aspect of our lives and to every aspect of the business environment.

This degree pairs our Economics program with our highly ranked Finance program. You'll graduate with the skills needed to enter the investment banking or finance profession, and have the competitive career advantage of understanding the factors that influence income, wealth and well-being.

The Department of Economics, uniquely positioned alongside the Department of Business in the Lazaridis School and Business and Economics, allows you to combine your Economics degree with Finance in this direct-entry Bachelor of Arts in Economics and Financial Management program.

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Program Highlights

  • View the Economics experience guide and learn about the opportunities at Laurier that will help prepare you, both inside and outside the classroom, for your future career.
  • Students in this program are eligible to apply to Canada’s largest business degree co-op program.
  • Employment rate after graduation: 96.6%.
  • Companies such as Gluskin + Sheff, RBC, TD Bank, BMO, CIBC, Bank of Nova Scotia, insurance companies, and Bank of Canada hire our graduates.

Sample Courses

  • Understanding the Business Environment
  • Statistics
  • Econometrics
  • Financial Management
  • Business Law


  • Admission range of mid 80s.
  • English at 70%.
  • Advanced Functions at 70%.
  • Either: Calculus and Vectors or Data Management at 70%.
  • More admission requirements, including requirements for transfer students, are available in our admissions toolkit.

International Baccalaureate Requirements

  • HL or SL English at 4.
  • HL or SL Mathematics at 4.
  • IB Minimum Score: 31.

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